These are the fabrics I have decided to use to make the lap quilt designed by Maree….
and I thought I might use ‘sandcastle’ (which is a quilted fabric) as the background..
here it is Monday again..hope you have a happy one….
Take Care Peg…
Quilt 'til you wilt.
Should look lovely Peg!ReplyDelete
Oh, what lovely fabrics... the quilt is going to be beautiful!ReplyDelete
You have picked out some lovely fabrics for your new and VERY interesting project. Looking forward to see it grow.ReplyDelete
Here is sunday evening - I am on my way to bed now ...monday is on it's way here too. Wish you a good start of the new week.
Looks lovely. I look foreward seeing the result. Hugs JofridReplyDelete
love your choice PegReplyDelete
I love the color range of your fabrics. Maree will love seeing her pattern in those fabrics.ReplyDelete
Love the fabrics...would the sandcastle be a bit heavy?ReplyDelete
Beautiful fabric choices Peg!ReplyDelete
Oh they are Gorgeous Peg your Quilt will be Really Pretty in these...Great Idea with the B/G I should have thought of that..LOLReplyDelete
Love them Peg....but I always love your choices, don't I??!ReplyDelete
Been to physio already this morning and have my back all taped up......now my aim to sit at the sewing machine all day may be in jeapardy!!! LOL We'll see how it goes...plenty of other crafy business to catch up on anyway!
have a great week sweety
XXX sugary hugs
Good choice Peg!ReplyDelete
You do have quite a knack with choosing fabrics. They look lovely.ReplyDelete
Dear Peg, the fabrics look lovely (as usual!). I've finally found a way to use all your quotes! You know I love them, right? So, now I'm stitching them! If I need a quick gift, someone needing a pick-me-up or just a laugh, I just put it in a cheap frame and voila, happiness is served! So far, the grandmothers are just... have been stitched in Dutch and Turkish. This one I think I'll keep for me! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Great choice - this will be beautiful. I'm interested that you are using a 'pre-quilted fabric' as the background.. I haven't come across doing this before.ReplyDelete
Valley Forge by Nancy Gere, am I right? Love this fabric, it is sitting on my shelf waiting to be cut and sewn into Carrie Nelson's pattern "Elizabeth". It will look beautiful with your choice of pattern. Like Raewyn, I am also interested in the use of a 're-quilted' fabric as the background.ReplyDelete
Will look forward to seeing your progress on this one Peg.ReplyDelete
PS - Love you in your goalie outfit!
Love your choice of fabric, I shall pop back to see your progress. (no pressure!!LOL)ReplyDelete